The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 184, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 10, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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Chickasha Indian Territory. Wednesday. August 10. 1904
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Searching fur t lie- Missing Oucs-
M.uiy Victims Not Vet
SAO SCENES AT THE MORGUE
J'"i iciiil s and Relatives
I'cb'la. Co'..).. All- o. -Of the
p'.SJ passe igct s hnowuto h ue ! u
Mn the ill-fated Missoiui Pie. ilycr
that was wrecke-d at Kdc-n Sunday
night eighty de-ad have been iden-
tified at the morgues two ale uni-
dentified p known misMiig and
one is revolted missing.
At ') p. m. the total iitiinU r of
identified Indies recovered liouithc
IMcii wieck at this hour is 73 uni-
dentified dead three.
The list of tho-.cic polled mi -nig.
has been glowing ah day an. I has
ileal ly lea. heel 4.
One searching paity is still out
near the scene of the wink. The
lai!y which . v.t south bioifght in
" live bodies tonight.
I'm Mo Co!". Aug. o. -Oig.m-
ied seaiehing pulie Mwiued "it K JV lo
Fountain Tiver banks for miles to-
day in the hope .f finding the re-
maining llics of the victim- of
Sunday night's wieck at I'.deii.
Seven in. lc I'm!i s Wile Iccovcted
and a 1111111! ' i i f. ntilnd.
A colonel's jury wascailcd which j
viewed the sccncof the wrick
day and examined a tiumU-r ol
witnesses this altetnooii. The
coioncr lias i-stied a public call lo
all having any iufe'i m.itioii con-
cerning' the wreck to conic Ul'oie
the jury. The examination into
the can -cs of the disaster will be
exhaustive and it is thought that
it will iKjuiie inoie than a week to
hear all the witnesses that have
l.eu subpoenaed. 1'uiir radio. id
iik:ii were examine d tins afternoon
Kfoie the jury adjoiinud until to
nioi tow ir.oi uing. Their testimony
was mainly as lo the amount of
lain tliat led! . lilt iiig the steirni in
the licighlioi IiimxI of the wieck.
Dlstlic t Altoniey Iow has stated
that the- matter w ill !.- gone in'o
thoioiighly and thecoroiicr is 111. ik-
ing c veiy ehort to si cure all the 111-
fciimalioii h)s able for the juiy.
After wandering aliotit since the
accident Wm. II. Henry a travel-
ing man w hose home is given is
(ainesviile- Tciui. reached I'ticldo
today lie is iieai ly blind and al-
most tiay flout haulship and ex-
jKisure. He had been cairied nine
miles down the liver and had been
walking aimlessly aliout without
fixxl or water lie- was taken to a
hospital whcie he is lying in a .se-
rious condition. He wascairyiiig
his gr!p when found but is unable
to give a coherent account of how-
he saved it or what happened to
II. D. Wood and family of Min-
neapolis who are reoiUd to have
1.. ..H on the ill fated liain have not
been found aiii-'iig the victims.
They may be found among the
A cast of gloom has settled iioti
this city today. Many of the busi-
ness houses are closed out of res-
jkcI for the dead and . mole than
folly pi ivate homes aie .laiktncd
in deep mourning. The wreck
victims of yestetday will probably
not K' the utily ones most to le Siux brave on tlte watp-ith.uoik-.
1- .lv the cases of the' ed in .lilTcrent grains raised on the
total loss of mind as the icstilt of
the shock when told of the loss
pf their loved ones are reported.
AH civizu's have joined in one
imnii.-ii.ic ftiiicial pioccssioii wind-
ing from one morgue to another.
Death in one of its most horrible
fornis has Income so common that
delicate women and innocent child-
ren ever guarded from touch of
tragedy are freely allowed to gaze
ui)oii it. Scarcely a j)erson in the
city v. 1ij doe.s not suffer personal
loss. The eye of mourning full
and sad over the universal calamity
is the heaviest that has ever fallen
on this city.
Pursued by Spaniaids
"Mountain hagle" l'ii
Refuge irolii his FocS
J. II. Cui lisle and S tin Foster
cuiviis ofTultlc aiiivcdin the
i;uy ill company w ith a gentle man
of ino.-t icmalkable character lie
was known about Tutlle as Geo.
Williamson but according to his
own designation his piopcr name
is the "Mountain K.iglc."
The Mountain Ivigle landed in
Tut tic about tw o years ago in a
box car. lie claimed to be a painter
and upl.ol-tcur and for a time
engaged 111 these- pin.. tills with
some success. It .soon ilevclopcd
til it thele ucic some louse wheels
iimi.-.-ciaiiinm and lately it became
luecssary to guaid him. He threat-
ened to burn the town and cut all
sorts of nay capers lie willingly
came I" Chid. a ha today and talk-
the ofiiceis and
everyone about himself. He was
ta! before Judge I'ayne and the
Judge hell him under charge of
ili-tiii Iting the jh .1' e. He will be
taken to At dnioie in a few days and
will piobabiy Ik; sent to an asylum.
He said he came here to give a
t.i-j.!. aIi wanted t.
-ec the opera
). . The uliice r
nisc. 1 lie c.nicers cousc nieii 10
take hint to the opua house and
ic was led into the jail he
elltlelllell fur their
coin te y.
Mountain Ivagle says he is a
Scotchman boi 11 m Cuba. He was
with Roosevelt at San Juan hill
and killed moie vSpaniaid-. than all
the ict put together receiving
niuucious saber cuts and shots and
having some marvelous escapes.
I'.nir Spaniaids have dialed him
all over J he coillltiy. He has suc
ceeded in killing all of them excel. t
one who is still piuMiing liuii.
lie i-. also ail inventive genius
he says. He has patents on
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1 some 1c111aih.a1.ac nanus an 1 union;
other things has a juteiit Ud bug
killer which he claims doctors
have spent millions of dollais t-j
piov e contains poison. He was also
contemplating establishing- a mat-
tress taetoiy hue. The insane
man is alxait (' c .11 .- of age. lie
speaks Spanish as well as lingli.-h
and is a man of some education.
World's Fair News Notes
Se lling cap.K ity for .jSpelson .
h is 1). en ai ranged in the Palace of
I.iU 1.1! Ai is at the Wot Id's l-'a-r.
Chair- and benches have been dis-
tiibutid at convenient jniints in the
colonnades and aisles.
A large robe S by 10 feet made
fiom the brest feathers of the wild
eagle is one of t lie tit tr.ic live cx -
ihibitsat the World's hair. I he
feathers He Iroin the breasts of 160
young eagles and ate Sticthed Upon
Two large ortraits of I.ituolu
and Governor Vales made entirely
of seeds are exhibited in the Illinois
section of the Palace of Agriculture
The picliire s are 10 by S feel sire
encloH-d ina fiameof vcllowcoru
oats ami red kaf'fnr coi 11.
A bfe-sie ie.teseiitation of a
Chiloceo Agt iciilture harm adorns
.1. ill in tin1 disiil iv nitlor of
!k 1!iill) t h ol at the Weald's
Fair. Wilbam Diet a frdl-b"ko 1-
Sioux is the ai list-
Ru.jsian General Sending Troops to
the Rear of Kuroki's
JAPANESE KOVIHG RAPIDLY.
I'leparing for attack on Iiniortant
I'oint Near Mukden.
St. Petersburg- August 9 It is
icpiiltd in the military circles that
Lieutenant (iclie-ral I.iitevileh is
marching with troops from the di-
rection of Vladivostok to create a
divetsion in the rear of General Kti-
roki's army w ith the object of re-
lieving General Kuiopatkin's big
Mukden Aug. o The Japanese
aie using the Shanghai Kwang-
Vinku.v 1 ail way for provisioning
the army and mobilizing troops for
an at tack 011 Sinmintun about 30
Hides West of Mukden.
Sinmintun is the northern termi-
nus of the Shaiihaikwau railway.
From Koupangt.e alxMtt seventy
miles si'U'hwest of Sinmintun a
branch hue connects with Vinkovv
which is about fifly-l'uie miles
southeast of KoupangUe.
A Russian concsjKjndciit of the
Associated Pi ess ill a dispatch from
Ta Teh.e I.iao aljtit a niontli ago
and it was Ik licved that the Sh-an-haikwan
railway was then under
the control of the Japanese with
the consent of China.
Ascaily as Maich 2y last the
Slianhaikw an concsj)iidciit of the
London Mai! as-icrted that the
Chinese had received oflicial au-
thori.ation to ttnii over the plant of
the railway to the Japanese.
The Japanese are in control of
the gulf of I.iao Tung and should
the .statement in the dispatch from
Mukden prove to be correct it
would indicate that they are land-
ing troops at Shaiihaikwau the
southern tciniiuus of the railway
and trail Ka ting them lo Siiiiniu-
tuu. The strategic imiMt tance of
the possession of the railway which
was sought Ly the Russians early
in the war is apparent.
Early Takes Gharg
Of the New Kaily Hotel
For several days J. C. ICarly has
been negotiating for the control of
the New Daily Hotel. The deal
was consummated ycstciday and
Mr. I;arly tojk charge today Mi.
Painell retiring as manager.
Some months ago when Mr.
Faily went to Oklahoma City he-
sold Mr. Parnell a half interest in
the hotel equipment and the latter
became manager. When Mr. Farly
sold his interest in the Threadgild
at Oklahoma City and returned .to
Chickasha he began to have long-
ings for his ' first love" the New
Farly and this deal is the result
lie has lived in Chickasha so long
and has K'cii so closely identified
w ith the low n that it is 'doubtful
whether he would feel at home in
any other place. Mr. Pearly has al-
ways made a success as a hotel
man. He made the New ICarlyone
of the best hotels in the territory
and it is safe to say that he will
keep it up to the high standard es-
tablished and maintained hitherto.
K. F. Parnell the retiring mana-g-
r is a splendid gent'eman and
there is 110 better hotel man any-
where lie made a most popular
manager and has a host of friends
here who wish him well wherever
he may go.
By U. S. Weather bureau for Week
Finding August X 1904
Chiekasaw. Over the northeas-
tern jxjrtion corn has nearly mat-
ured with a fair yield; cotton is
doing well and is in good condition;
all crops have made good growth;
range grass is in good condition
and stock is doing Well.
Over the northwestern portion
coin has matured an excellent
crop! cotton has made a good grow-
th is loaded with Ixills ami sepiares;
hay has been 'damaged by rains and
hay making has been retarded.
Over .southeastern portion cotton
is in promising condition although
thcie is some complaint of boll
woinis; corn has been damaged by
diy weather; late potatoes are be
ing planted; swee jxjtatoes arc-
doing well;hay making in progress
with good yields; range grass has
made good growth and stock is
Over the southwestern jxjrlion
eaily corn has nearly matured and
crop is doing well; cotton is in ex-
cellent condition; Some late gaidens
hav e been planted; stock is doing
Washita and Caddo Moderate
lo heavy rains during the week;
corn 011 high lands has leeji dam-
aged to some extent but on low
lands corn is in good condition and
promises large crop; cotton has
made good growth tuul is fruiting
well; all forage crops made good
growth; plowing in progress;
stock in good condition.
Comanche Good rains during
the week; corn in good condition
and promises ' large yield; cotton
making good growth and looks
well; broom and kuffir corn gooel;
all forage crops in good condition;
plowing in prouress; stock doing
Kiowa Good rains on 2nd and
3rd: all crops made goexl growth
and promise large yields; plowing
in progress; slock is doing well.
Ex-Senatot Vest Dies
Veteran Missoiui Statesman to Ik-
Buried in St. Louis
St. Imis Aug. 9
A special to
Springs Mo. says:
After lingering for weeks between
life and death former Senator G.
(1. Vest passed peacefully away
today lie had Ijeeu so near death
for the past three days that the
end came without a struggle. He
was conscious until about 2 a. 111.
Sunday when he sank iuto a state
of coma from which he never
He lost the power of sjK-ech
Saturday morning but for several
days before that he talked very
imperfectly and during the last
36 hours of his life his breathing
was barely perceptible. The flutter
of his pulse was all that showed
that life remained. At the liedside
when the end came was his wife
Dr. Jarvis the fami'- physician
Senators Vest's son Alexander his
daughter Mrs. G. P. Jackson and
her husband ami Mrs. Thompson
a niece of Mrs. Vest.
The remains w ill be taken to St.
Iouis this evening for interment
in the private car of Mr. A. A Allen
vice president aed general manager
of the Missouri Kansas and Texas
Jefferson City Aug. o. Gover-
nor Dockery is preparing a pro-
clamation asking the people of
Missouri lopieperly observe the
day of the funcial of former Sena-
tor George Graham Vsst who died
today. This will be issued when
the date and funeral arrangements
shall have been completed and
111 -n I I tl wii A licl rl Mi.Ls.nron..
to represent the state at the funeral
js being prepared by the governor.
s? rty V :'
is combined with
When you have any sum of money not wanted for im- js j
mediate Use you can leave it here and we give you a j; j
want it. If you
in ire evi' will 11.1v
. 1 j 1
Von can draw out a part of it or all of it at any time
or turn it over to some other party if you wish.
Chickasaw Trust Co. Bank.
Capital Stock $ 1 OO.00O.oo
D. 0i SAYtR
Bank of Commerce
J. W. SAMTLK
A. C. ADAMS
D. t. SA YER
CliO. W. I.ADD
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C. T. EKWIN
See D. D. Sayer at
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We have 15 acres of land adjoining Chickasha for sale.
Also 2000 acres of average allotable land. If you have
not taken your allotment see us at once. We can inter-
est you. If you want to lease farm or pasture laud see
o Burton-Jones Real
Office south of First National P.ank. Public stcnogra-
q pher and Notary Public in the office at'all times. q
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Evans, George H. The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 184, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 10, 1904, newspaper, August 10, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729673/m1/1/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.